Book 1: Manic Depression
What if you could begin to overcome your depression by getting the right information? Wouldn’t that be something worth investing into? Depression is a serious condition, and a manic depression takes it even a step further. It would be better to comprehend what you or a loved one is going through than to remain in the dark and not know what to do. I am not saying that it will be an easy process, nor will it always be brief. Healing takes time, and perhaps the condition is so severe that medication is necessary, as well.
Book 2: Multiple Personality Disorder
If you know what multiple personality disorder is, you probably wonder how this disorder develops, how it manifests itself, and what can be done. This quick guide will help you get to the bottom of these questions. Another term for the disorder is dissociative identity disorder.
Book 3: Schizophrenia
Schizophrenia is a mental disorder with lots of complications. Although it cannot be completely overcome in the sense that the disorder will disappear, there are ways to cope with and reduce the symptoms. The author has experienced the struggles with schizophrenics himself, and relates the information and clinical research to his own experiences with one of his friends.
Book 4: ADHD
If you have ADHD, or if someone you know has it, chances are that you don’t know the most important facts about it. Also, you might have been told that it’s always a bad thing to have ADHD. Or you may have heard the mix-up between ADHD and ADD. Perhaps you have been puzzled why your ADHD relative had such a hard time with staying away from addictions. Is there a connection?
Book 5: Asperger's Syndrome
You don’t have to look far to finally understand what Asperger’s Syndrome is all about. This concise guide will give you all the details you need and more. It makes the most important things clear that you need to know.